Interpreted Tour for the deaf & hard of hearing
The Whaley House Museum offers an interpreted tour for the deaf and hard of hearing, in which visitors will be able to explore and learn about the site through sign language interpreters.
The Whaley House stands today as a classic example of mid-nineteenth century Greek Revival architecture. Formally dedicated as a historic house museum on May 25, 1960 and open to the public ever since, it is one of southern California's most popular visitor destinations. The Museum once served as the Whaley family residence, San Diego's first commercial theater, the county courthouse, and the Whaley and Crosthwaite General Store, all of which can be seen today in its restored state.
Interpreters Katherine Goodheart, Tamithia Barnier, Carrie Kaufmann, and Donna Napolitan have been working with SOHO in order to make this tour possible.
2476 San Diego Avenue
San Diego, CA 92110
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|